Category: Scholarly communication

An antidote to copyright “pain”

Celebrating Fair Use Week 2016

It’s Fair Use Week! For students, faculty, and...

Scholarly communication
MIT Libraries launch gravitational wave resource guide

MIT Libraries launch gravitational wave resource guide

Annotated list of papers freely available in DSpace@MIT celebrates breakthrough

Last week, moments after researchers in the LIGO...

Science
Workshop: Increase the reproducibility of your research

Workshop: Increase the reproducibility of your research

March 21, 2016 1 - 4pm

Learn the Open Science Framework

Calling all MIT researchers — want to work...

Science

MIT Libraries supporting Open Library of Humanities

Platform supports new journal Glossa, open access successor to Elsevier’s Lingua

The MIT Libraries have joined the...

Scholarly communication
Panel discussion: Fair use in scholarly journal and book publishing

Panel discussion: Fair use in scholarly journal and book publishing

February 23, 2016 12 - 1pm

Hear publisher, author, and library perspectives on reusing images, figures, or text

In celebration of...

Scholarly communication
Mellon grant to help academic publishers increase workforce diversity

Mellon grant to help academic publishers increase workforce diversity

MIT Press one of four university presses creating a pipeline program

The MIT Press issued...

Scholarly communication
BrowZine: A new tool for a new year

BrowZine: A new tool for a new year

Access journals from your smartphone or tablet

The MIT Libraries is happy...

Social sciences

Access requirements for federally funded research on the rise

Libraries can help you share publications and data

Did you know that...

Scholarly communication